Million Dollar Listing: Season 4
I previewed the first two episodes of the season, and I'm pretty much hooked already. I'm fascinated by seeing the features, amenities and price tags on the gorgeous homes, and I'm looking forward to seeing the agents work out high-priced deals with difficult clients. And agent Josh Flagg (pictured on the right) isn't hard to look at for 42 minutes. Josh F. also appears to be the "nice guy" of the three agents featured on the show. Josh Altman (left) is aggressive and Madison Hildebrand (center) is kind of dramatic. Why do their personality traits matter? Because it's Bravo reality programming, and Bravo reality programming comes with drama drama drama.
Is this show something you should watch? If you like tuning in to HGTV to get a look at floor plans, furniture and interior decorating schemes of houses on the market, this is probably not the show for you. If you are interested in that kind of stuff but get bored with HGTV's presentation, you'll be much more entertained by "Million Dollar Listing." If you want a well-produced reality show with more substance than the usual and have an interest in real estate or beautiful California homes, you should give this show a try.
Unfortunately, the show premieres at 9 p.m. Feb. 3. With a (mostly) great comedy block taking up many TV watcher's Thursday nights, "Million Dollar Listing" might fight for viewers. But don't worry if you don't have the DVR space for it: Bravo replays shows frequently throughout the week and on its website.
Bravo's description of the show's fourth season:
The most buzzed-about real estate gurus return to Bravo for a brand new season of "Million Dollar Listing" and once again give viewers an up-close and personal look inside the high-stakes, cutthroat world of Los Angeles's real estate market. Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand return and are joined by Josh Altman, one of the most successful agents in the country.
"Million Dollar Listing" follows the lives of three of Los Angeles' hottest, young and aggressive real estate magnates in the making as they make a fortune selling multi-million dollar properties in the most exclusive neighborhoods – Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills. With the economy still in a slump, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison must fight for their share of the market and the competition is intense. Season four follows the agents as they deal with some of the most demanding clients they have ever encountered. They are pushed to the limit and struggle to manage their personal lives while also trying to move some of the most magnificent and most expensive homes in the City of Angels.
You can preview the season by clicking the play button below (some offensive language is bleeped):
-- Cheryl Sadler